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In recent months, numerous high street stores including Mango, ASOS, Gap, Topshop and Boden have created their own collections of non-medical face coverings to help defend against the coronavirus.
Since 24 July, government guidelines have been expanded, with face coverings now mandatory in shops and enclosed public spaces such as supermarkets, indoor shopping centres, banks and takeaways, as well as on public transport across England.
However, children under the age of 11 and those with disabilities or certain health conditions remain exempt from the rule.
With face masks becoming the new normal, British high street retailer, Marks & Spencer (M&S), has now launched its very own face mask range - and it’s one of the most affordable and tailored offerings we’ve seen so far.
M&S has created packs of five reusable fabric face coverings for both adults and children.
Each pack of five face coverings costs just £9.50, which is by far one of the most affordable options on the high street right now, the price being only £1.90 per mask.
Not only are they budget-friendly, but also, have been created with personalisation in mind.
Each mask is made from durable 2-ply cotton and features elasticated ear loops and adjustable toggles to ensure effective comfort and a secure fit.
Each covering also has an antibacterial coating to keep them fresher for longer and can be washed up to 40 times.
So, if you’re getting continually frustrated by your elasticated face mask falling half way down your face while doing your food shopping, these M&S designs definitely look like they could be a worthy new purchase.